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WIN India continues push to ‘Make in India’

  After the successful ‘Make In India’ pitch at the Hannover Messe 2015 – India Partner Country programme earlier this year, WIN India, the Indian edition of Hannover Messe, is gearing up for its 9th edition in India.
The trade fair exhibition on high tech engineering, manufacturing technologies and intra-logistics will focus on various objectives to support Indian Government’s ‘Make in India’ vision.  The fair will be held in New Delhi this year from 9th to 11th December at Pragati Maidan and will showcase over 400 companies and exhibit more than 4,000 products and country participation from  Germany, Italy, China, Taiwan and Korea with an expected visitor turn out of more than 15,000 across India.
Paving the way for Smart Manufacturing, bringing together world-class technologies and machinery from India and across the globe, WIN INDIA 2015 will bring together 4 concurrent shows such as MDA India – (Motion Drive Automation), Industrial Automation India, Surface Technology India and  CeMAT India, presenting a comprehensive range of products and technologies for factory, process and industrial building automation; power transmission and fluid power; materials handling and logistics; and surface treatment, respectively.WIN India will also organise seminars and conference under ‘WIN Industry Summit’ (WIS), with its main theme ‘Integrated Industry’. It will focus on all topics related to build and manage factories of future, encouraging discussion on new technology, innovations & solutions, knowledge sharing and networking with thought leaders and industry experts. WIN India will also host Automation Application Park (AAP), where system integrators will demonstrate a live application, thereby educating the end users and visitors about the latest automation solutions, and CeMAT Application Park, a smart warehouse display that will showcase a complete eco system of logistic chain management of an end product, right from loading and unloading of a truck, material handling in warehouse, sorting of products to automated storage system and transportation and shipping services. It is a live prototype set up of warehouse that demonstrates various best practices.
“We are very excited about this year’s edition of WIN India which will focus on ‘Integrated Industry’, a digitally networked industry. WIN India will organise seminars and workshops in line with Indian government’s various campaigns – ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’ and ‘Skills India’,” said Mehul Lanvers-Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd.

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